Hong Kong Media Bulletin
The Hong Kong Media Bulletin is a monthly email newsletter that provides unique insight into media freedom and freedom of expression issues in Hong Kong, drawing on both English and Chinese-language sources.
Each month, the newsletter features cutting edge analysis of the latest trends in Hong Kong as the territory is being vastly transformed by the Beijing-imposed National Security Law, highlighting the following topics:
- Analysis on monthly trends
- Short news updates on traditional media, internet freedom, and academic freedom
- Tracking what to watch for as the crackdown deepens
- Spotlight on initiatives by Hong Kongers, exiles and supporters globally, and the international community
Beijing overrules Hong Kong court, tighter crowdfunding controls, advocacy initiatives abroad
In this issue: This Hong Kong Media Bulletin covers Beijing-imposed restrictions on foreign lawyers in national security cases, new regulations that hinder crowdfunding for prodemocracy activists, ongoing pressure on Google over search results, and UK advocacy for Jimmy Lai.
Solidarity protests in Hong Kong as mainland protesters oppose Beijing’s repressive coronavirus policy
In this issue: The Hong Kong Media Bulletin reviews Hong Kongers’ solidarity with mainland demonstrators, government pressure on Google over search results, and children’s books that led to sedition conviction hosted online.
Inaugural Hong Kong Media Bulletin: Stand News Trial, Anti-Xi Posters, New Exile Journalist Association
In this issue: The inaugural issue of the monthly Hong Kong Media Bulletin looks at the Stand News trial, RTHK’s new director, and resignations at the South China Morning Post.